Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, the woman who was sentenced to death by stoning for allegedly killing her husband, was taken to her home to ‘confess’ to her crime. Iran's state-run Press TV, arranged with Iran's judicial authorities to show a reenactment of her husband’s murder. The program, which aired on Friday night, shows footage of Ashtiani explaining how a relative of her husband’s asked her to make sure he was unconscious before she electrocuted him. "International standards for fair trial, to which Iran is a state party, guarantee the right not to be forced to incriminate oneself or to confess guilt,” an Amnesty representative said. “To organise a televised 'confession' midway through a judicial review of a serious case – where a woman's life hangs in the balance – makes a mockery of Iran's legal system." Though reports suggested that she had been freed, Iranian’s state news agency insisted she was still in custody.